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The Fire of London --1988 publication. (edition 1988)

by Rupert Matthews (Author)

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Presents a historical, partly fictional, account of the Great Fire of London in 1666, describing the origins, fire fighting methods, effects on people, and rebuilding efforts. Contrasts London then and the city now in the areas of population, housing and world trade.
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Title:The Fire of London --1988 publication.
Authors:Rupert Matthews (Author)
Info:Hodder Wayland,1988 (1988), 32 pages
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Presents a historical, partly fictional, account of the Great Fire of London in 1666, describing the origins, fire fighting methods, effects on people, and rebuilding efforts. Contrasts London then and the city now in the areas of population, housing and world trade.

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